James Donarski

Fera Science

Defining Best Practice for Food Integrity Testing with Fera Science

Dr. James Donarski, Head of Food Authenticity at Fera Science Ltd., discusses his involvement with the E.U. funded Food Integrity Project. The project will focus on three areas- Analytical Methods development, the creation of a network of experts, and gap analysis of past and present research. As part of the network of experts, Dr. Donarski will also help to create and publish “opinions” for best practices, methods, and applications of technology in food authenticity verification.

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James has broad-ranging scientific expertise, which includes magnetic and optical spectroscopy, production of biosensors and structural elucidation of unknown chemicals. More
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James Donarski

Fera Science

James has broad-ranging scientific expertise, which includes magnetic and optical spectroscopy, production of biosensors and structural elucidation of unknown chemicals. James has managed and delivered training projects in the form of EU Twinning Light activities for accession countries in the area of authentication. James oversees the science of the authenticity and profiling team, which comprises experts in the fields of stable isotope analysis; high-resolution mass spectrometry; high-field nuclear magnetic resonance; and proteomics. His primary research interests are identification of biomarkers and, where applicable, the subsequent development of rapid and/or portable tools for their detection. He is the author and co-author of several food authenticity publications in peer-reviewed journals. James is a member of the Food Science Leads at Fera, a team of scientific experts in a range of fields relating to food quality and safety. Dependent on the project, James works with a range of different specialized teams in areas that include metabolomics, proteomics, genomics and stable isotope research.